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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTIIHHIDGE, ALBERTA, I'lESDAY. JULY 2. 1918 NUMBEH 17C 4 vi OSilMHELlEli IS Torpedoing of Canadian Hospital Ship is Latest Act of Hun Brutality '�I \'Jf> ) (Michel^ieams Win First Aid I Coni^ts at Minei-s' Con-( tests Here Yesterday. isERiOWS ACCIDENT / MARRED PROCEEDINGS; VICTMS>RECOVERING Tli(� DriimlioUftr mliio rosoiic Uiiuii of Ihe nruiiiiiellPi- Min'; and Coal Co. :i limK H'lp "> c'ume to l.dtllbridKO 111 comiKatr! In Ihc iiniiual mini; n'Kciii.-(oiitesl lici-fi on Dominkin Uay. biH thi'v wei-G rewarileil l>y licins', cl. 'i'lio worlc was fionietliiiig new (or � liollilay crowd In l,ethbricl,i;e. .V �uncan McDonald,. ('Mlgary-and IC, S, F, Huntrods of Tuber and IJr.ThoinpHon of Loihbrldgo. � Dnrinff the conical it wa� required that onch toan) ciinr;;o its Ufe-savfiiE appavaltis, equip all its lamps, and do everythine i'ecinired in the case of an actnal iniiu; disaster. Fniii' minulOB In a smoke room improvised under tjio jndg&i' .stand af tli'e rave tratik WHB nuB of tho requirements under the rules of llie Kaeli >,.p(| f, have his piilpp fell aft'.'r dOnnlng the life-saving apparatus,-, and again 'after coniiiiR out of Iho sinoko room ui.iho. close of the contest. . .  A Serious Accident.-, U waa while the mine re.^ciio events T.ere beins stngod that an a(;cident occurred which tnlKht easily have had fatal resnlis. As It was, throe men wcrp injured. Those were Tom hong-worlh. who is in charge of the inine-rescne station at .No. I! mine of the est.s hurried to Ilia flpot, -ami adrainlstoted first aid. Mr. Longworth was taken home, - hut Mr. Hamilton, who was u member ot'HitiiNo. (1 (jilneirtsscne team, after rqcoverlng, rot'iiaed to. go homo, staying to.tttko hi^ place with the Ko, 6 loam 111 the mine/resl'ue conteitt laten Ith understood that the govera-nien( tind mine offtcinlH will lioliran onti'iilry :Into the cause of the accident, Wliolher if. was merely a de-lootlvfl pump or whether the,Kus waa Intpiiro will bo establlKhQd, No fiucU 1^' \ aQCsJdeat has aver bafore occurred 1h \ . A))>ertaw .No., .ti Dunip Avaa � brouRht I � into use 'wbQiCjtHo OoikiUurst puiup V burst.' \ ' First,Aid ContettsV # Some fine turnuutu; were'exhibited vyllio first �W toawfl. Aml-'Bomd 'ijtnppy worlt wao QxUlt|,lted also. Plve 7iaiii8 wttioientt^rBtV In tlm settlov ct�B-3Bta,t these being the Miohel tcim,' London, Julj^ 2.-A Teuton submarine aank the Drltloh hospital ship Llandovery Gastle, 116 miles soiilhwost of Faetnel, on June 27, the British Admiralty announced today. The text of the announcement follows: "About 10:30 o'clock Jim.s 27, 116 miles south-wost of Fastnel, the hoipltal ship Llondov�ry Castle was torpedoed by an enetny submarine and sank in about ten minutes. She was homeward bound from Canada and' therefore there were no sick or wounded on board, but her crew of 104 officers and men, and she carrictl 60 Canadian Army Medicals and 14 female nurses. "Of his total of LT.S. only ont^ boat, containing twenty-four survivors, has KO far reached port. Seari.h still is being made and there is a bare posgi-blllty that others may yet bo found. "It is to be noted that in this, as indeed in all other InBlimces. the German submarine had a perfect right to stop and search the hospital ship un- HOKDEN'S MESSAGE ON DOMINION DAY �> ? der Tho Ii'aguc (;onv()ntion, but kIip prefeiTod to torpedo the Maiulovcry Castle." Subsequently tho Admiralty Issued the following coniment on the nink-j*j' Ing: "Cii'rmany'R awful debt to the,'!' world continues to grow. Another hos-1 *** pitnl Hbip has been torpedoed, this' * time lit! miles from the nearost land, and her_ people turned adrift in their boats to ^^nli or swim as they best might. And tliouf;h, as it hajipened, she was a Onadian hospital ship returning from Halifax with no wounded on boaril, the tub- of (rime roveals a wanton dellbnrntlon on tho part of the .submarine commander and .siie-gests the hope on his part that lie would find her full of injured and helpless men." BULLETINS LIBERTY MOTOR GOOD Washington, July 2.-A report from Vlee-Admiral Sims to Secretary Daniels today, says a .recent tost in European waters of a sea-plan; propelled by the Liberty motor domouEtrated that the engine had better climbing and load-carrying qualltlos than any of the best European types. NAPTHA INDUSTRY Moscow, Saturday, June 22.- Nationalization of the naptba industry has been decreed by the Bolshevik! government. The manufacture and sale of naptha and its bl-products is made a ttate monopoly. N. P. L. MAN JAILED f^ed Wins, Minn., July 2.-L. W. Martin, non-partisan league organizer, was convicted in district court late yesterday of having made disloyal utterances. He was sentenced to on* year In the county^ Jill and flnedJ $500.. Stay of sentence was granted until July 8th. i STREET CAR-MEN STRIKE. Vancouver, July 2.-t-Vancouver and Victoria are without electric street car service today. The street car employees went on strike at midnight, as they had planned, and while negotiations are under way looking tpward a settlement, tho people walked to work this mornlna- 60 ARE KILLED London, July 2.-An explosion occurred in the National Shell Filling factory in the Midlands Monday night, it was officially announced today. Between tixty and seventy persons lost their lives. EXPELL ENGLISHMEN Stockholm, July 2,-The correspondent at Htltingfori of the Swtdish News Agency says he has learned from a high military authority that It w*s decided on Monday to expell all Ehgllihmen'" from Finland. ! I ? .% - ' i-i. London. July T.- -(via Reuler's Mm-I.;. ited)-That the sinking of hospital!.;. ships is u definite policy on the part|>:. of tim Germans now l.i placed beyond | -niarlnes; that purpo.'4' has failed. He held command of the air; we wrested it from him. In each instance the best brains of the lCmt)!re wern employed. The loRRon need not stop there. Xow Germany hopes to attain its Olid by striking with full force while Xiussla Is helpless and before the power of the Cnltcd .Statea can be exerted. We believe this hope will provo ctiually vain,. Wrnnce iinil Britain bar the way. ."Before this mesBOgp, is made public, the enemy may renew hl3 offendlve ana the Canadlati forces may undergo a test as severe as they have ever encountered. Tfiey hold Canada's first battle lino and their country bids them ^ Ood spned in their glorious endeavor." Allies on AH the Fronts Have Improved Lines; Italians Make Advance; Sammies Take Village Italians in Local Attacks Have Retaken Positions Held by the Austrians odious, dishonorable and unaahamert j continue to be carried out by the ord-l ers of their govornment." I The e.vcuse'of the attack on the| Llandovery CasUe, says the Dally Alail, was u He and the German officer! who told It did not hellove It him.self when ho said to the captain: "You aro carrying eight American Mght offlcer. .> ellce Ferrr;ro. director of the Italian declares tlie Times, docs tho story rtif-; l.ureau- of iiiformatlon, in an addres.s ter from those of other hospital ships i here last night > that have been destroyed. In this added that "now that Italian case, however. It points out. thai there a,.ms: havo redeemed themselves." bv Is an added horror In the repeated at- the recent victory of the Piave. it  tempts of the submarine commander �hniii.i .i.... i-i.- Italian Army Headquarters, tvionday, July 1.- (By the Associated Press.)-The local actions resulting In the re-conquest of Mont di Valbella, Col del Rosso and Col di Chelo had for their objectives the widening of the Italian front west of the Bren-to and the driving of the enemy from the positions he captured last Christmas, lost to the ital-, iana' in January and regained on June 13. The Italian lasses were silgnt compared to those suffered by the Austrians. This was due almost entirely to the violence and accuracy of the Italian and allied artillery fire. iJlnder cover^ of this fire, the Infantry was abis to take the enemy's position without much opposition and to dig in at once. The Austrian artillery return has been severe, some shells reaching the plains behind the lines and destroying houses centuries old. Trees one hundred and fifty years old on Mont Melago have been torn up. The attack on Col del Rosso began Sunday morning shortly before noon. The Italians took the height from the third Edelweiss division which flormerly fought -under Emperor Charles. The di-vi,alori suffered severely. Italian airplanes sheltered them with bombs while the Bersaoelieri exacted a heavy toll in hand to hand fighting. Many of the latter wore their red fatigue caps during the battit, D AS A COSTLY FIRE stables, Race Hoi-se, Ford Cars, and Wool, Burned-Loss Over Sl.7,000 to justify himself by accusation.s against the victim and in his wiltl fury of gunfire and de.struction rushing to and fro. among the wreckaso. "It these wero not attempts to sink all thrs survivors and blot out all trace of the crime, what was their motive?" der. HUNGARY CHOPS, POOR . Amsterdam, July 2.-Fair aiid medium crops can be expected in Hunoary this year, siys an official Hungarian report embracing the prospects In all districts up to June 10. It says the cultivated area Is larger than in, 1917, but that ^osts In March' 'dlti great damage to summer cereals, fruits and garden produce... . Canada Now Has Plaiit of Its Own to Refine. Nickle Port Colborno. Ont., July 2.~At jS o'clock- yesterday morning tho largo plant of tho International Nickle Company of Canada, Limited, .which has been in tho course of construction the last twenty inuuthH, started oporu-tlotiB. , This plant will produce annually from'twenty to twenty-lour million poundB of jelwt;'! nickle and twelve mflllbn pa'Unds of copper, and Is so ooiiBtructod that, should the necosalty artio. Uii production could be quatl-rupled. RCOUCe INCOME. \ Washington, July 2.-Naduction of.$1N,1M;t3� Iniha oparntlng In-e�me ofM23' Af t�fi' largalt rail- ; i:eBd�tdurlna;th* first'dyarnonths, under v'gov'a'rnm^nt control,' : ct;m-pared with tN^^lilB'poriMayaar 909, .wa�'ann�((itc�l^tod�y by the . interatMe eemmtrgg qbi^mlH^n, iNS ALARID 4ITURKS'DEMAND Turkey and Bulgaria Want Too Much-Russia's Oisinte- gration Speedy should be'emphasized that the Italian armies nldne halted the Austrlan� at the PlaVe in the disaster last fall, and that this unexpected stand at that river made it unnecessary to call into action at tha,l time French and British reinforcements lined up on the Adlge. Mr. Oorrard asserted (hat the Unit-asks the Times. "It is unforgettable,; gu States should re-establish the Rus-wlthout the fact that tho news of the gj^n baltlafront. so that the Teutons 'tragedy, to Canadian Red Cross men ^ouW bo forced to defend that bor-and women came to the knowledge of the Canadians on tlielr national festival. The other Urltish people wilt not forget it, nor y^o which cotiid not be rescued. Two other racing horses were rescued. The horses ft-ere owned by Jas. Hansen. The storage garage next door owned hy Oxley and Low, together with six new Fords, was also burned. In the upper part of tho barns was some wool Insured at $12,000 which was entirely destroyed. A (Chinese laundry nearby was also badly damaged by the fire. Owing to the fact- that the engineer at the fire hall was out of town for the holiday. 110 alarm was sounded, but the cltlzenfi fought the fire as best they could. There was a good water pressure. French, Biitish and Americans Imrove Their Lines in Attacks Over the Holiday ' Paris, July 2.-The village of 1 Vaux, west of Chateau Thierry, and the height west of Vaux, wero captured last night by Americar troops in an operation on the Marne front, carried out in con- ; nectlon with the French, the war office announced today. More than 300 prisoners, including five officers, v/ere captured in this action. In an operation on the Marne front, carried out last night west of Chateau Thierry by French and American troops In co-operation, the allied lino was improved, it i& added. The success has resulted In an improvement in the allied line between Hill 204 and the vicinity of Vaux. The French carried out raids on the front between Mont Didler' and Noyon and eastward of Rheims in which prisoners were taken. German raiders were driven off by the French fire near Belloy and In Upper Alsace. GERMANY BEGINS TO REALIZE TRUTH Great Britain Displays Wonderful, "Empire Cohesion" in the War FIGHT ON TO SAVE MOONEY'S LIFE -r- A NEWi GERMAN ORDER REGARDING CLOTHING Amsterdj^m, July 2.-The Gcr-'man Imperial clothing department latued an order today under which new clothing can no longer be obtained uMeat the application la aocompanled by a properly oartlflad atatenrrent, giving in detail a (let of, the clothes already In the applloanf's possession. It la provided that henceforth coat* thall be Mnllnitd In tHe back �n(l lined only half way down Ih fr.oht. The number of pockete is limited to four, while vt�%u and trou'eert' may''not have - more than thriie pcicKetB- -.....- � - - -...^ '~ ' Washington, July :;.-Germany Is becoming alarmed hy the aggressive tendencies of her .tUies, according to a report reaching the sf.ato department today from Home, Switzerland. A snmmary of (iarman press reports, nays a dispatch, is made by the Muneschner Post of June l',l with the comiiient that Germany's future can bo seriously damaged by the Turkish polliiy of expansion. "The:Turk3' lust for conquest." the Gorman paper aays, "is so groat that the pau-German papers are protesting againat tho growing demands of tho pan-Turks," The paper further states^ that Russia's dlaintegrattou is increasing with alarming spood. , ' Bulgaria la conceded to be an all-important pathway to the eaet, but the Post declares Hulgarlnns must re-momber their need of Germany in or-dof to expand politically and economically. San Frnncisc/o, July 2.-Oral arguments on the application of Thomas J. Meoney, untfer sentence of death for murder for a writ �f probable cause In relation to hie appeal from the Judgment of Judge Franklin Orlffin, denying a motion to eet aside the verdict waa heard late yesterday by tha state supreme court. The motion was then aubmltted to the court for decitlon. Tendon, Jvi'.y 2.-(Vln Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-According to the Times, the meeting of tho Imperial conference has occasloiied articles in tho Uerman press discussing the structure of the BrHlsli KnipiineV The jjr.o-fesBors and the Go-callod-exp^rtg are more moderate than hlthorto. and ara apparently almost convinced that the war offers Germany uo hope or seriously undermining British unity. Canada has dropped almost entirely out of the discussion, but Conservative Journale cling to the h6))e that trouble can .still be made between Japan and Australia about the futiire of the Pacific, Vorwaerts, in 0 long article entitled "Greater Britain," admits that the British. Kmplre has manlfewted a powerful military and political cohesion. , London, July 2.-The Flnnlsh-Qerman push along the Paavllie River in the MoUrmanek region of Northern Russia must be considered in connection with events In Russia which gradually are'developing in anti-Bol^hevikl direc-'' tlons, aays the correspondent of the TImoa at C>jrl�tiana. There 1$ rea|on' to believe, he adds, that entetnti traffic at Archangel, which ih'as been suepended for the taat t4w�lve months will soon be resumed. The Germane, thisrefore,^ lire eager to cut eom-municatlona%itt|^'lth the sontlments 03jpreB80) victory, but neither shift can wlnV' '1 LABORITES REPUDIATE' PEACE PROPAGAND4 Perth. West Auatr�illa, Jul�c,8,4 -(Via Reutera Ottawa Agenoy;').^.^^ -An enthusiastic moetlnfl of smefe National Labor party, held in.HM? town hall,' wivieh wa� oroWdtcK'-; condemned �n� rfn^tllated ' all peace prppaganda, In th� ci>�>u of hi* addrcM, Hon, Mr,. Bck^n. fornwr'^'Laber, pr4mt�r,''dMiart* that th.\�ilij�^w�,p,. auwattd JtolJ. > Igwinfl flutaia wai a traltarii > ,4 wt-M. "Li 454 ;